Filtering: “Selective presentation or deliberate manipulation of information to make it more acceptable or favorable to its recipient.”
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This is the ‘Human factor’ at work in ‘Science’, and is why the vast % of ‘Research’ ends up ‘proving’ the hypothesis of the ‘researcher’.
Simply put…. they impose their theory upon the data… cherry picking whatever they can make fit their arguments, and ignoring/ passing over/ covering up any ‘anomalies’ which go against their ambitions.
this is how/ why ‘evolutionary scientist can go and investigate a river and ‘discover’ how it “makes fish evolve”….
The Video below at first appearance looks very dubious, yet the Guest speaker presents some very interesting evidence to support the idea that dinosaurs were still around until a few thousand years ago, rather than millions upon millions.
What is also telling is how the scientific community reacts to such evidence which threatens to overthrow all their cherished beliefs.
The truth is that none of the pet theorys of atheism actually have a solid scientific foundation…. materialism, evolution, abiogenesis, etc.
all of them are purely based upon the assumption of atheism.
Ie none of these ideas are provable via observation and experiment.
Thus the claims made by atheists that science supports their theories is a gigantic lie… none the less they are prepared to not only cling to it, but to actually deny *all evidence* which proves them to be wrong.
It’s worth watching.
^^^ Watch That Video!
Researchers have unearthed a fossil fish so well preserved, it still has traces of eye tissues. What’s more, these fossil tissues reveal that the 300-million-year-old fish called Acanthodes bridgei (pictured), like its living relatives, possessed two types of photoreceptors called rods and cones—cells that make vision possible. This is the first time that mineralized rods and cones have been found conserved in a vertebrate fossil, the team reports online today in Nature Communications, as soft tissues of the eye normally begin to disintegrate within days of death… more>>> Three-hundred-million-year-old fossil fish still has traces of eye tissue
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Lawsuit: CSUN Scientist Fired After Soft Tissue Found On Dinosaur Fossil.
“Why wasn’t this research published decades ago? It’s possible that modern computer technology allows us to do analyses that couldn’t be performed then. It’s possible that researchers tried, but were unable to get the results published.
But it’s also possible that these results were marginalized because they didn’t fit with what was considered to be “truth” at the time”
The curious case of the ‘unfossilized’ bones.
Dinosaur soft tissue
In seeming desperation, evolutionists turn to iron to preserve the idea of millions of years.
Caught on surveillance camera a man gets struck by lighting twice and lives. Latter at the hospital he told doctors he was going to rob the couple that were walking just ahead of him.
Dinosaur ‘Mummy’ Unveiled With Skin And Guts Intact
By John Kuroski on May 15, 2017
‘Dinosaur mummy’ unveiled in Canada museum, 3000 lbs when alive, still weighs 2500 lbs after ages
University settles lawsuit with scientist fired after he found soft tissue in dinosaur bones
By Chad Dou —
CSUN scientist Mark Armitage found soft tissue in a dinosaur bone, a discovery that throws significant doubt on evolution. Then, two weeks after publishing his findings, he was fired.
Now California State University at Northridge has paid Armitage a six-figure sum to settle his wrongful termination suit based on religious discrimination. While the university admits no wrongdoing, Armitage’s attorney said they feared losing a protracted lawsuit because of a “smoking gun” email that backed the plaintiff’s case.
The case of Armitage is the latest to show the mounting hostility Christians face in academics and other public arenas.
Injustice at NASA?
Judge sides with Nasa after scientist accuses space agency of sacking him because he believes in God
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Fired Christian Teacher Seeks U.S. Supreme Court Hearing
By Lee Duigon
July 06, 2014
Seven years after he was fired from his job, middle school science teacher John Freshwater hopes the United State Supreme Court will hear his case.
Maybe you can remember the lurid stories in the national news media about the crazed “Christian” chasing his students to brand crosses on them. Those were quickly shown to be untrue, as you’ll see from the report published by Chalcedon at the time.1
Freshwater, in 2007, the same year he was fired, had been honored as the Mount Vernon, Ohio, school district’s Teacher of the Year. He was popular with the students and well-respected in the community. If the “branding” story wasn’t true, then why was he fired?
Late last year the Ohio Supreme Court ruled, 4–3, that Freshwater’s dismissal was justified because he was insubordinate to school officials.
How a 195-million-year-old Dinosaur Bone Could Still Have Soft Tissue in It
Soft Tissue Fossils Preserved by Toasting?
A research team described a form of fossilization that it thinks can explain how original proteins have lasted for millions of years in Earth’s crust. It does match certain fossil features, but leaves two key questions unanswered. And that leaves soft tissue fossils still looking quite young.
Publishing in Nature Communications, Yale University scientist Jasmina Wiemann and colleagues drew two parallels between the soft tissues they found in fossils and tissues they toasted on a hot plate in the lab.1 First, both had darker coloration. This happens often, for example when apple slices darken when left out on the counter. Second, both real and artificial fossils showed similar infrared spectra. These spectra indicate the chemistry of a given sample. In this case, the spectra showed that proteins had crosslinked to form polymers.
NEW ZEALAND 4 Nov 2014
Forty percent of scientists feel gagged
10:10 am on 4 November 2014
Forty percent of scientists answering a survey say they have felt gagged because of management policy or concern over losing funding.
The Government was considering guidelines to scientists on the difference between speaking about their areas of expertise, and advocacy.
A total of 384 New Zealand scientists answered the Association of Scientists’ survey, half of whom work in Crown research institutes, or CRIs.
Association president Nicola Gaston said of those who had not felt gagged, many said they had witnessed it happening to others.
“There’s an issue around embarrassing the Government, but the funding issue is quite poor so the kinds of commercial funding that come into the CRIs, those contracts are one particular issue.
“But there’s also the idea of Government funding being effected by speaking out, saying the wrong things, perhaps having a point of view which is not that of the expert reviewers on a particular funding proposal.”
Dr Gaston said most scientists wanted to know what the new ethics code would be before saying whether they were for or against it.